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Superbly located Knocknacarra home on the market with John Quinn

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John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 62 Ashleigh Grove in Knocknacara. The property faces a wonderful green area and is close to all amenities including church, schools, and shops and enjoys easy access to Barna Woods and all local amenities.

Spacious apartment in Knocknacarra

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No 34 Drisin, Ballymoneen Road, Knocknacarra, €205,000

Martin on the mark again as Westmeath claim successive local derby league victories

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Cork hurlers produce lightningspell to take down Galway

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Galway senior hurlers fell to defeat in the second round of the Allianz National League as Cork hit the goal trail to ensure their positive start under new manager Pat Ryan continues.

Westmeath gaelic players on course to plant one million trees to combat climate change

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Lake County duo Boidu Sayeh and Jenny Rodgers joined 50 leading GAA stars to compete in the first ever ‘Plant the Planet Games’ in Nairobi, Kenya, on a visit that also saw them plant the first thousand trees in a GPA-backed tree planting effort to tackle climate change in Africa.

South Galway Bay Music Festival scheduled for July 2023

After a very successful inaugural event in 2022, the South Galway Bay Music Festival returns for its second year! A three day music Festival, from July 28 to 30, will be hosted by Ballinderreen GAA Club.

St Thomas' prevail in hurling replay to continue successful run

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St Thomas’ astonishing run of county senior hurling title wins now stretches to five in a row after last Sunday’s gripping replay against Loughrea.

Southern Gaels Under 19 hurlers prepare for semi-final fixture this weekend

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The Southern Gaels Under 19 hurling squad and management are due to play St Oliver Plunketts in the Division Two semi-finals this coming weekend, the game being fixed for Monday, October 31, a home tie for Gaels.

Coláiste Éinde — supporting students to reach their potential

Coláiste Éinde is a co-educational, voluntary, secondary school situated in Salthill. The school caters for boys and girls from first year to Leaving Certificate, including an optional transition year programme. For nearly a century, the school has helped students mature into young adults with a balance of skills, knowledge, experience, and values that enables them to enjoy fulfilling lives and rewarding careers. Operating under the patronage of the Bishop of Galway, today’s vibrant school community continues in this proud tradition of excellence in education.

Hurling championships get underway this weekend

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The Mayo hurling championships will get going this weekend with the senior championship kicking things off this evening when the defending county and provincial champions Tooreen head to Castlebar to take on the Mitchels men at 7.30pm.


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